I’ve tried searching and maybe I am thinking the wrong terms but I was curious how the bike should sound during deceleration. (82 cb750sc,DOHC)
I have been riding daily now for the last month and noticed in lower gears if I throttle it up and let off the gas it will purr some then it sounds like it is chugging (driving through my neighborhood where I don’t need to go higher then 2nd) There is no backfiring or popping sounds like in most posts I found people asking about.
So my question is should the bike rev down smoothly, similar to a manual car if you leave it in a gear, or is the chugging normal? First gear being so low has a jerking feel 5th seems smooth when cruising.
I can try to explain it more if none of this makes sense.
I was thinking maybe clutch, I adjusted it per the manual and I don’t notice any slippage on throttle so makes me think it isn’t the problem but I don’t know where to go from here so figured I’d ask.
Sounds like you are just letting the RPMs get too low. It will not pull itself at low (close to idle) RPMs.
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